A post that really touched my heart for personal reasons is Mim's post Am I An Imposter? In it she talks about her cancer diagnosis and how she felt. This particular post brought tears to my eyes and I knew instantly that I wanted to share it with you. Please do head over and read.
One thing I enjoy about reading so many blogs is the ones that teach me something or shine a light on the problems other people suffer with. I loved reading my blogging buddy Catie's post, Do autistic children have friends? TV programmes and movies always seem to portray severely autistic children but what Catie has taught me is that that's not necessarily true for all children. I've learned so much from Catie's blog and have sometimes felt bad because I didn't understand. What this post in particular does is teaches you that autistic children are just like other children, they want to have friends too.
Friends, how many do you have? Do you consider online friends to be real friends? Over the years that I've been blogging I've made a few friends, people I consider to be real friends. Some I have never met in person and probably never will, but they are still friends. That's why I loved reading Tim's post Who needs real friends when you have online ones? In it he talks about the changing nature of friendships and how he's made friends with people he was yet to meet. A great read.
A photo shoot from heaven made me realise that's what I should've done. Sharon makes the photographer sound wonderful and she got to have a rest and ended up with some gorgeous shots of her little one. Pop over and read the post, it's a lovely read.
As her daughter turns four Laura writes a beautiful post for her. In For Eva, on your fourth birthday Laura talks about the struggles of being pregnant after miscarriages, her refusal to buy anything for the baby, and her joy when her daughter finally arrived. This post brought tears to my eyes because Laura told such a beautiful story. Please do stop by.
Another heartfelt post I enjoyed reading was A letter to my dad, in which @EducatingR talks about losing her father and missing him. She write about the things her dad has missed, the things she wishes he'd seen, and the little things she remembers. It was a lovely read, I encourage you to stop by.